Feasibility of an Orthogonal Redundant Sensor incorporating Optical plus Redundant Electrochemical Glucose Sensing.

@article{McAuley2016FeasibilityOA,
  title={Feasibility of an Orthogonal Redundant Sensor incorporating Optical plus Redundant Electrochemical Glucose Sensing.},
  author={Sybil A McAuley and Tri T Dang and Jodie C. Horsburgh and Anubhuti Bansal and Glenn M. Ward and Sarkis Aroyan and Alicia Josephine Jenkins and Richard J MacIsaac and Rajiv V Shah and David Norman O'Neal},
  journal={Journal of diabetes science and technology},
  year={2016},
  volume={10 3},
  pages={679-88}
}
BACKGROUND Orthogonal redundancy for glucose sensing (multiple sensing elements utilizing distinct methodologies) may enhance performance compared to nonredundant sensors, and to sensors with multiple elements utilizing the same technology (simple redundancy). We compared the performance of a prototype orthogonal redundant sensor (ORS) combining optical fluorescence and redundant electrochemical sensing via a single insertion platform to an electrochemical simple redundant sensor (SRS… CONTINUE READING
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